ABOUT US  |  CONTACT US  |  RSS  |  ARCHIVE  |  2018-12-19  |  UPDATED: 2018/11/22 - 10:54:1 FA | AR | EN
Ghani Slams Taliban, Pakistan for Recent Bombing in Kabul            NATO commander discussed Ghazni security with the provincial officials             85,000 Yemeni Kids May Have Starved as Saudi Aggression: NGO            Saudi Activists Tortured, Sexually Harassed at Regimeís Prisons: Report            Erdogan accuses Soros of aiding Turkish philanthropist             Chancellor Merkel defends UN migration pact, censures ínationalism in purest formí             Russia: West after manipulating OPCW to own benefit            Trump put personal ties, commercial interests above Khashoggi life: WaPost CEO            Muhaqiq Agrees with Interim Govít on Condition             43 Killed, 83 Wounded in Kabul Wedding Hall Explosion             Teetering on Edge, Bin Salman Waits Trump Statement            Ivanka Trump caught using personal email for government work             Police officer stabbed in Belgian capital, assailant subdued             Upcoming Khashoggi murder recordings will shake world: Report            Putin urges Russian military to take Ďconcrete stepsí against US withdrawal from INF Treaty            

Ghani Criticizes Services of Afghan Hospitals, Calls for Reform

Inaugurating Afghanistan Medical Council on Tuesday, President Ashraf Ghani criticized the medical services of the hospitals and clinics in the country, called for reform in the sector. Ghani said that the hospitals and...



Tuberculosis Kills over 15,000 Afghans Every Year

Afghanistan is among the countries in the world that suffer from a high burden of tuberculosis - more than 15,000 Afghans die each year because of the disease. Addressing a ceremony to mark the World Tuberculosis Day on Tuesday, Chief Abdullah Abdullah said that political issues have caused the government...




Uganda confirms one death from Ebola-like Marburg virus

Uganda has confirmed one death from Marburg virus, a highly infectious hemorrhagic fever similar to Ebola, the health minister says. Jane Ruth Aceng told reporters on Thursday that the case had been confirmed after a series of tests were carried out. The East African nation last suffered a Marburg...




Europeís cancer drugs mostly ineffective: Study

European regulators approved 39 new cancer drugs between 2009 and 2013 despite having no evidence that they worked better than existing medicines, or at all, researchers said Thursday. The number represented more than half of 68 treatments to become available for European cancer patients during this...




Ghani Criticizes Services of Afghan Hospitals, Calls for Reform

Inaugurating Afghanistan Medical Council on Tuesday, President Ashraf Ghani criticized the medical services of the hospitals and clinics in the country, called for reform in the sector. Ghani said that the hospitals and clinics which currently operating in the country do not meet demands of the people. "I...




Fish oil could prevent diabetes in babies, study shows

Dr Ben Albert (pictured) led the research with Professor Wayne Cutfieldat the University of Auckland-based Liggins Institute.Fresh fish oil could one day be used to prevent babies from becoming overweight and developing diabetes later in life. An Auckland University study has found the oil, given to...




At Ramadan, group pushes positive images of Muslims

As a medical doctor in Westland, Dr. Mahmood Hai has treated thousands of patients in Michigan and helped develop a new technique with lasers to treat prostate enlargement that has helped more than 1 million patients. What motivates him is his faith: Islam. “My religion was...




One in four young women in UK reports mental health problems: Study

Official figures show that one in four young women in the United Kingdom suffer from anxiety and depression. Data revealed that 25 percent of 16 to 24-year-old women reported struggling with poor mental health - either anxiety or depression, according to a new survey released by the Office for...




Afghan minister narrowly escapes HIV infection in syringe attack by drug addict

The Afghan Public Health Minister Ferozuddin Feroz has narrowly escaped a possible HIV infection after he was attacked with a syringe by a drug addict, the officials said Sunday. There are growing fears of rapid HIV infection spread among the drug addicts in the country as syringes are mostly used...




Russian scientists find new DNA repair method to cure Alzheimerís disease: Report

Russian scientists have reportedly discovered a new technique of DNA repair by which neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s or Parkinson’s may be forestalled and even cured. "Early detection and repair of damaged DNA is essential for cell functioning and survival," concludes...




Quebec court rules Canadian Tobacco firms pay smokers

In an historic ruling, a Canadian court has ordered three tobacco companies to pay $15.6 billion to smokers for the damage done to their health. Quebec Superior Court Justice Brian Riordan ordered the following three tobacco firms to split the fine accordingly: Imperial Tobacco is to pay...




Abdul Rahim says he will continue to save lives with his new hands

30-year-old Abdul Rahim an ex-Afghan National Army officer, who lost both of his hands in the explosion of a bomb he was trying to defuse, says as soon as he recovers he will return to the military. Abdul Rahim was assigned to a bomb disposal squad and his deployment took him to restive Kandahar...




Iran to produce US-, Europe-licensed drugs

Iran will open a production line for branded generic drugs licensed by European and American companies on Thursday, a local formulator says.  The plant in Saveh, about 100 km southwest of Tehran, has been built with $8 million of investment, CEO of Behestan Pharmaceutical Co. Mehdi Balochestani...




Afghan Surgeons Help Female Walk After 21 Years

A team of Afghan surgeons at Sardar Mohammad Dawoud Khan Hospital conducted a successful operation on a female patient who was unable to walk for almost 20 years. Twenty-one year old Samana roughed up her knees majority of her life by moving around by dragging her legs with the support of her upper...




Dental patients recalled in virus scare

Over 22,000 dental patients in England have been recalled for tests to see if they have been infected with HIV, hepatitis B and hepatitis C. The recall, seen as the biggest of its kind in the UK medical history, came amid rising concerns over apparent multiple failures” in infection...




Thousands of nurses strike over Ebola measures in California

Thousands of nurses in the United States have gone on strike to protest insufficient protection for health workers who may care for Ebola patients. Around 20,000 nurses walked out in northern California on Tuesday. The strike is expected to affect almost 90 hospitals and clinics and last...




Ebola hoax created to justify imposing martial law in US: Prof. Fetzer

The Ebola outbreak is a hoax which is being perpetrated on the American people to justify imposing martial law in the United States, a political commentator in California says.  Professor James Henry Fetzer said, “The situation with Ebola is very strange indeed, because there are...




US tracing New York Ebola patientís movements, panic spreads

US health officials say they are tracing New York City’s first Ebola patient movements and seeking to ensure that they have found and isolated everyone who came into contact with him, as panic grips the country. Dr. Craig Spencer reported symptoms for the deadly virus on Thursday morning,...




Three Polio Cases Registered in Kandahar

Three recent cases of polio have been registered in Kandahar province, one in Kandahar City and two others in Dand and Panjwai districts, public health officials reported on Wednesday. Polio cases have not been registered in Kandahar in the past 20 months.Officials claim that the disease has spread...




10,000 Ebola cases per week feared: WHO

The fatal Ebola epidemic's infection rate is likely to exceed 10,000 new cases per week in the next two months, the World Health Organization (WHO) warns.If the international efforts to fight the spiraling Ebola outbreak do not increase in the next two months, "a lot more people will die",...




UK to screen major transport hubs for Ebola virus

Britain says it will screen all passengers upon arrival at London’s two main airports and the Eurostar high-speed railway terminals for possible cases of the Ebola virus. Prime Minister David Cameron’s office said on Thursday that the overall risk of spread in Britain remained...




University of Tehran Researchers Invent Non-Enzyme Sensor to Detect Blood Sugar

Iranian researchers at University of Tehran produced a very highly sensitive sensor to measure the amount of blood sugar. The newly-invented sensor has applications in foodstuff and medical industries to measure the concentration of glucose in samples. Carbon nanotubes/iron oxide nanoparticles have...




Immunity in Preemies: Study On Gut Microbes

Mothers give a newborn baby a gift of germs -- germs that help to kick-start the infant's immune system. But antibiotics, used to fend off infection, may paradoxically interrupt a newborn's own immune responses, leaving already-vulnerable premature babies more susceptible to dangerous pathogens. A...




Spinal Cord Damage May Be Fixed with New Therapies

These findings suggest future therapies could help repair nerve damage after people suffer spinal cord injury or brain trauma, researchers said. Damage to the central nervous system — the brain and spinal cord — is currently irreparable. This often leaves those who suffer from spinal...




Severe obesity on the rise among children in the U.S.

A new study led by a University of North Carolina School of Medicine researcher finds little to cheer about in the fight against childhood obesity, despite a recent report to the contrary.      found that all classes of obesity in U.S....




   1   





VIEWED
MOST DISCUSSED







POLL

Modi, Merkel Discuss Afghanistan, Radicalisation And Terrorism

SEE RESULT


LAST NEWS

US Congress urged to probe Trump, Kushner ties to Saudi after Khashoggiís death

Ghani Slams Taliban, Pakistan for Recent Bombing in Kabul

NATO commander discussed Ghazni security with the provincial officials

85,000 Yemeni Kids May Have Starved as Saudi Aggression: NGO

Saudi Activists Tortured, Sexually Harassed at Regimeís Prisons: Report

Erdogan accuses Soros of aiding Turkish philanthropist

Chancellor Merkel defends UN migration pact, censures ínationalism in purest formí

Russia: West after manipulating OPCW to own benefit

Trump put personal ties, commercial interests above Khashoggi life: WaPost CEO

Muhaqiq Agrees with Interim Govít on Condition

43 Killed, 83 Wounded in Kabul Wedding Hall Explosion

Teetering on Edge, Bin Salman Waits Trump Statement

Ivanka Trump caught using personal email for government work

Police officer stabbed in Belgian capital, assailant subdued

Upcoming Khashoggi murder recordings will shake world: Report

Putin urges Russian military to take Ďconcrete stepsí against US withdrawal from INF Treaty

Saudi king throws his weight behind his son, Judiciary on Khashoggi murder

Pakistan PM Responds to Trumpís Comment

EU Says Geneva Conference is An ĎImportant Opportunityí

President Ghani met with the delegation of US House of Representatives

Casualties Feared As Explosion Rocks Kabul

Protesters gather near Presidential Palace in Kabul over recent wave of violence

Death toll from attack on Islamic Movement in Nigeria supporters rises to 42

Khashoggi killed by strangulation, cut into pieces after murder: Turkish prosecutor

UN calls for resumption of Yemen peace talks íwithin a monthí

Military Helicopter Crashes In Farah Province

Two Muslim women expected to be elected to Congress in midterms

MoI Revises Pul-e-Charkhi Prison Blast Death Toll

Germanyís CDU sees íhard lossesí in state election

Four Civilians, Two Policemen Wounded in Kabul Suicide Bombing

Afghan, Pakistani foreign ministers discuss deadly Kandahar attack

EU, Asia leaders call for lifting sanctions on Iran

Three suspects arrested in connection to deadly Kandahar incident

36 dead, wounded in Kabul traffic incident

Afghans Ready To Vote Despite Threats

US Navy planning global show of force against China

Iran will slap US in face by defeating sanctions: Ayatollah Khamenei

ONSC Reacts on Plan to Privatize War in Afghanistan

Khalilzad Leads Delegation to Afghanistan and Pakistan

How IS US Milking Saudi Arabia?


MEDICAL NEWS








ANSAR PRESS ©  |  ABOUT US  |  CONTACT US  |  MOBILE VERSION  |  LINKS  |  DESIGN: Negah Network Co.
All right reserved. Use this website by mentioning the source (link) is allowed. ›—ś‘ź«Ś «یš —š ی šŕŠ»šŌ«š